Shark Frenzy Tunnel Card

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The card I made for this weeks Facebook live is a Tunnel card and I used the Shark Frenzy Bundle to create a underwater scene. his is a fun Bundle to use with the play on the fun kids song – Baby Shark. In the stamp set and dies you have all the fun bits to dress these sharks up as Mumma Shark, Daddy Shark, Grand parents or Baby Shark. I am sure you will have a lot of fun with this one.

In the New Stampin’ Up! ® there will be some great dies that can be used for these tunnel cards…and I’m looking forward to using them when available. Sorry I can’t show you yet but they look like fun to use and i have lots of ideas.

Shark Frenzy by Stampin' Up!, this is a tunnel card using the Layering Ovals to make the tunnel.

How to make this card…

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Measurements Used –

  • Card Base Pool Party – 14.9 x21cm, score at 10.5cm
  • Layer 1 (Middle Layer) Coastal cabana – 10 x 14.4cm
  • Layer 2 (Front Layer) Bermuda Bay – 10 x 14.4cm
  • Vellum Waves – 2 x 5 x 10cm
  • Card Insert Basic White – 10 x 14.4cm
  • Scrapes of Bumble Bee , Magenta Madness, Pool Party, Bermuda Bay, Pretty Peacock
  • ¼ sheet Basic White for stamping of sharks & sentiment
  • Another small piece of Basic White with Adhesive Sheet adhered to the back for die cutting the fine Bubbles.
Shark Frenzy by Stampin' Up!, this is a tunnel card using the Layering Ovals to make the tunnel.

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Butterfly Brilliance – Stamp Resist

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My card today is from last Friday’s Facebook Live. Using the Emboss Resist Technique I have created this simple Birthday Card.

Butterfly Brilliance by Stampin' Up! Stamp Resist Technique

Measurements Used

  • Card Base Coastal Cabana – 10.5 x 29.9, score at 14.9
  • Mat Basic White – 9.8 x 14.2cm
  • Card Front Basic White – 9.5 x 13.9cm
  • Sentiment Banner Basic Black – 2 x 9.5cm
  • Card Insert Basic White – 10 x 14.4cm
Butterfly Brilliance by Stampin' Up! Stamp Resist Technique

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Steampunk – Just Add Ink

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Today I thought I would try a challenge…..and why not something different, very different.

What is Steampunk

Here’s a little Google/wikipedia blurb to explain the fundamentals of steampunk…..(copied from Just Add Ink)

Steampunk is a retro-futuristic subgenre of science fiction that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery. … Such technologies may include fictional machines like those found in the works of H. G. Wells and Jules Verne.

The Just Add Ink Design Team have created some wonderful examples of Steampunk, check them out HERE . Why not give this challenge a go, it was so much fun…

Here’s my take on Steampunk..

Stampin' Up! Products including Brilliant Wings Dies, Garage Gears Dies, Geared Up Garage Stamps, Swirly Frames stamps, Fancy Phrases stamps.

I have used 3 different stamp sets and 2 sets of dies to create this card. It was so much fun thinking out side of the box of my usual style of work. Setting yourself a challenge to try something different can be a real release and give you a wonderful sense of achievement.

I usually try not to use product that has been deleted…but with this card I wanted to add some foil/ metal looking cardstock and did so with the Brushed Metallic Cardstock from the 2020Holiday Catalogue.

Stampin' Up! Products including Brilliant Wings Dies, Garage Gears Dies, Geared Up Garage Stamps, Swirly Frames stamps, Fancy Phrases stamps.

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Handsomely Suited – RFS Card

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My son turns 26th Birthday this month and I used the Stampin’ Up! Handsomely Suited Bundle to create this card for him. He has been in the Rural Fire Service since he was 15, joining as a Youth Member.

To explain our guys do not wear ‘Red Suspenders’ with their uniform but when my son joined he had to have the ‘Red Suspenders’…so they just HAD to go on his card.

Well Suited by Stampin' Up!

This is a fun card and when you look through Pinterest you will find some really fun uses of these Dies. Here are some examples that I found on Pinterest tonight.

Using the Stamparatus I stamped the Happy Birthday sentiment onto the card Insert, moving the plate down and doing 2nd,3rd,4th generation stamping.

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Flowers for Every Season – Casually Crafting Design Team Blog Hop March

Welcome to Casually Crafting Blog Hop. 

The Casually Crafting Design Team is made up of a group of Independent Stampin’ Up! ® Demonstrators from around the word, that enjoy sharing our take on casual crafting. We’ll be sharing what we love with you every 3rd Saturday morning of each month on our websites.

Today’s Blog Hop is about keeping it simple …What if you don’t have a Cut & Emboss Machine as yet, how can you make a simple card with a few products.

Flowers for Every Season

My card today uses the Flowers for Every Seasons Designer Series Paper by Stampin’ Up! ®. The sentiment stamped on a punched circle which was lightly stamped using one of the floral stamps from the Jar of Flowers Stamp Set by Stampin’ Up! ®.

Flowers for Every Season by Stampin' Up!

How to make this card…..

Products Used –
  • Designer Series Paper – Flowers for Every Season
  • Stamp set – Jar of Flowers, Butterfly Gala
  • Cardstock – Basic White, Blushing Bride
  • Inks – Blushing Bride, Memento Tuxedo Black
  • Punch – 2″ (5.1cm) Circle
  • Crinkle Seam Binding Ribbon
  • Step it Up – Just Jade Cardstock
Measurements –
  • Card Base Basic White – 10.5 x 29.9cm, score at 14.9cm
  • Card Front Blushing Bride – 9.5 x 13.9cm
  • Designer Series Paper – 5 x 13.9cm
  • Circle – scrap basic White
  • Step it Up
    • Card Mat – Just Jade 10 x 14.4cm
    • DSP Mat – Just Jade 5.5 x 13.9cm
Method –
  • Cut all required cardstock and fold card base in half along score line.
  • On a scrap of Basic White cardstock stamp one of the flower images from the Jar of Flowers stamp set, twice next to each other using the Brushing Bride Stampin’ Ink Pad. Stamp off onto a scrap of paper to lighten the colour.
  • Punch out a circle from the stamped Basic White scrap.
  • Using the Memento Tuxedo Black stamp the sentiment.
  • **Step it Up
    • Stamp the flower image from the Jar of Flowers onto the Blushing Bride card front
    • Adhere Just Jade mat to the Blushing Bride card front
    • Adhere Just Jade mat to the DSP panel
  • Adhere the Designer Series Paper to the Blushing Bride card front.
  • Wrap the Crinkle Seam Binding Ribbon around the card front twice, tying at the front with a bow.
  • Using Multi-purpose glue adhere the card front to the card base.
  • Add dimensionals to the back of the punched circle and attach to the card front over the ribbon with the bow on the left of the circle.
Flowers for Every Season by Stampin' Up!

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Hydrangea Hill – March Creativity Abounds Blog Hop

Welcome to Creativity Abounds Blog Hop. We are a group of very keen Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrators from all around the world that are coming together to share our creative ideas with you.  We are happy that you can join us and hope that we can Inspire you to make creations of your own.

Today our Blog Hop is all about the beautiful Hydrangea Hill Suite Collection by Stampin’ Up! I have really enjoyed paying with this amazing suite. the Hydrangea Hill Designer Series Paper is a stand out on it’s own, with its lovely watercolour images of Hydrangeas.

For my card today I have used a all over patterned Designer Series Paper as my back ground and have stamped and coloured a Hydrangea Flower as my focal point. With both the flower head and leaves I have used two colours.

  • Flower Head – Misty Moonlight & Highland Heather
  • Leaves/Stems – Pear Pizzazz & Garden Green

To do this I inked up the stamp in the lightest colour and then using a sponge dauber sponged the darker colour around the edges and as in the flower head a little in the centers as well.

To help the tag stand out I tapped the edges into the Misty Moonlight Ink pad, being very careful to not smudge the ink.

The die cut Hydrangea is lifted with dimensionals off the Stitched Nested Label Dies.

The card is finished with a triple Linen Thread bow attached under the Hydrangea flower head.

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he projects featured in this bundle are totally EXCLUSIVE, which means they can not be found anywhere else online.

Measurements are in both Imperial/ US Letter size and Metric/ A4.

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Brilliant Wings – Kylie’s Demonstrator Training Support Program Blog Hop March 2021

Thank you for joining us for our Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator Monthly Blog Hop! As you follow the hop I hope you find lots of ideas and inspiration. We are a group of Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrators from around the world taking part in a training program helping us to build a successful Stampin’ Up!® Business and reach some of our goals. Thank you, we really appreciate your support.

Brilliant Wings – Thank You

Very soon we will be saying ‘Goodbye’ to some of our favorite products in the Annual Catalogue for 2020-21 and saying ‘Hello’ to a NEW Catalogue…and that is so exciting!

So far Stampin’ Up! ® has given us a peak of whats to come in the Butterfly Bouquet products and this is exciting me for whats to come. Being a Demonstrator I will get the chance to see and even play with some of the NEW Products before they are released to our customers.

Brilliant Wings Dies by Stampin' Up!

Today’s card is Goodbye and Hello …

The Designer Series Paper – Flowers for Every Season may be going but the Butterfly Brilliance Bundle will be with us in the Annual Catalogue come in May. YEP! That’s right the Annual Catalogue will be released in May this year…so start working out what you need from the current catalogue and order it NOW!

How to make this card…..

Products Used –
  • Brilliant Winds Dies
  • Flowers for Every Season Designer Series Paper
  • Happy Thoughts Cling Stamp Set
  • Basic Pattern Decorative Masks
  • Cardstock – Basic White & Basic Black
  • Ink – Bumblebee Classic Stampin Pad, Memento Tuxedo Black
  • Blending Brushes
Measurements –
  • Card Base Basic White – 10.5 x 29.9cm , score at 14.9cm
  • Designer Series Paper Strip – 3.5 x 14.9cm
  • Designer Series Paper Floral – 3 x 14.9cm
  • Butterfly Basic Black – 8 x 10cm
Method –
  • Cut all required cardstock
  • Die Cut Butterfly using the Cut and Emboss Machine, using either the large or Mini Machine.
  • Place Spot Decorative Mask over the front of the Basic White Card Base. Hold in place with either your hand or this washi tape while you brush over the mask in a circular motion the Bumblebee Ink. **Make sure you remove excess ink before putting your brush onto the mask so you don’t get dark patches of colour. When you are happy with the area covered in spots, remove the mask and lightly go over the inked area again adding a lighter colour . The spots and colour blends out around the edges.
  • Adhere the two pieces of the Designer Series Paper together, using either Seal or Multi-purpose Glue.
  • Glue the Designer Series paper along the left hand edge. Trim away any over hang of Designer Series Paper.
  • Using the Memento Ink and the Thank You Sentiment, stamp the sentiment onto your card.
  • Attach the Butterfly using 2 Mini Glue Dots down the center of the butterfly body.
Brilliant Wings Dies by Stampin' Up!

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Pierced Blooms

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This card was made yesterday in my Facebook Live…If you didn’t see it, the edited video is attached below. The idea for this card was CASED from a card I found on Pinterest by Lin of Sending Hugs …. Click HERE to see her page and her card.

I have used the Stampin’ Up! ® Pierced Bloom Dies from the In Bloom Bundle , these are fun dies to play with and I have cut so many flowers I’m sure I will be playing with them again soon. I made a card using the same Bundle only a few weeks ago and you can revisit it HERE

In Bloom Bundle by Stampin' Up!

I really love the brightness of this card and the Black and White helps to make the colours ‘POP’ more…don’t you think?

In Bloom Bundle by Stampin' Up!

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Butterfly Bouquet

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Here is a very simple card to make using the Butterfly Bouquet by Stampin’ Up! ®. The Designer Series Paper fills the back ground with a simple sentiment and a Butterfly cut from the Rainbow Glimmer Paper.

How to Make..

Measurement used-

  • Card Base Bermuda Bay – 10.5 x29.9cm, score at 14.9cm
  • Mat Melon Mambo – 10 x 14.4cm
  • Card Front Butterfly Bijou Designer Series Paper – 9.7 x 14.1cm
  • Sentiment Panel Basic White – 7 x 10cm, cut with Stitched Rectangles Dies.
  • Butterfly cut from Rainbow Glimmer Paper
  • Card Insert Basic White – 10 x 14.9cm

Instructions-

  • Cut and score all cardstock
  • Adhere the Designer Series Paper to the Melon Mambo Mat
  • Attach the matted Designer Series Paper to the Bermuda Bay card base.
  • Die cut the Basic White and stamp the sentiment along the bottom.
  • Die cut a Butterfly using the Brilliant Wings Dies in the Rainbow Glimmer Paper.
  • Adhere the Butterfly onto the Basic White using Multi-pupose down the center of the butterfly.
  • Place dimensionals on the back of the sentiment panel and adhere to the from of the card.
  • Adhere the Insert into the inside of the card.

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In Bloom

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I made this card using the Stampin’ Up! In Bloom Bundle with the coordinating Paper Blooms Designer Series Paper from the Jan- Feb Sale-A-Bration

In Bloom Bundle by Stampin' Up!

The Pierced Blooms Dies from this bundle are so much fun. They cut out the flower and leaf shapes as well as leaving stitching lines that give great detail. This is a really fun set to use…a great way to use up all those small scraps of cardstock.

I have used a piece of vellum on top of the Designer Series Paper, this will allow the flowers to be the focal point against the background.

In Bloom Bundle by Stampin' Up!

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